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three guys named, ken lay, the head of enron. but here's the problem. obama administration didn't take down ken lay. he was taken down during the bush administration. kozlowski was prosecuted during the bush administration. bernie madoff, his son turned him in under the bush administration. where are the heads of j.p. morgan and country wide, all these companies that caused that epic collapse, also under the bush administration? did they get prosecuted under the obama administration? the definitive answer is hell no. they didn't get prosecuted so much, president obama couldn't find a single one prosecuted under his watch that he could put in that ad. so what's sad is unfortunately president obama isn't that much better than mitt romney on this issue. i wish he was tough on wall street so that that ad could make a ton of sense. look is mitt romney going to let off wall street even more? of course! of course! he's going to get rid of dodd frank. it's incredibly weak and mitt romney instead of wanting weak regulations wants none. is it right to compare sesame street and wall street? absol
. not quite the same. >> cenk: it doesn't matter if you break the laws as the bush administration did because president obama looks forward he doesn't look backwards. he's going let you get away with anything anyway, he's encouraged by that, if you ask me. carl unger, thank you for "boss rove"." >> thank for having me, cenk. >> cenk: someone is not taking what the republicans are dishing out. the family of a navy seal who was actually killed in libya strikes back. >> one was a former navy seal, and glen doherty and you can imagine how shocked i was to learn that he was one of the two navy--former navy seals killed in bengahzi. >> cenk: wait until you see how shocked he is when his mom said, cut it out. i don't want you to talk about him any more. and then mark hamill. look at this. awesome. the force is with us when we return. (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the vice presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game changer? is this going to change the dynamic? (vo) the only network with real-time reaction str
a load of this one. she fought against the bush administration. she fought against the obama administration. she's looking out for homeowners and she's on the program to to tell you that that's not either administration cared about or had in mind. >> i don't think it was a priority for tim geithner. >> they thought it was messy, it was hard. >> what was the priority then? >> the big banks. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> cenk: sheila bear was the chair of the fdic. her job was to protect your money, american money put into banks. that's why the bush and obama administrations have had problems with her. she's not a team player. that's when you know she's doing the right thing. here are her comments about tim geithner as treasury director. >> give more americans a chance to keep their homes if they can afford to do that. >> i thought president obama and mr. mccain had both been out there advocating for very aggressive foreclosure prevention release. instead they came up with a very tepid program one that we told them was not workable. >> cenk: she also said this. he seemed to view his job
and apologies from the obama administration. was that appropriate right in the middle of the crisis. >> this is a bunch of stuff. look here is the deal. >> what does that mean? a bunch of stuff? >> you have refused again to offer specifics on how you would pay that 20% across the board tax cut. do you have the specifics or are you still working on it, and that's why you won't tell voters. >> cenk: now michael i love that because i thought she was tough on both sides. her toughest question of the night was the first one about bengahzi to joe biden. who what was your sense of the moderator there? >> i felt she did a great job. if pulling from it they send too much time on foreign policy, i would like to see more on domestic policies. but counting interruptions. what about counting specifics. if you want to count the specifics that the vice president was able to come with versus the specifics and substance that ryan was able to come with, it's no contest. here we are sitting, talking about counting the interruptions, counting the smiles. i thought martha raddatz did a good job. she tot
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